RegStaer Group of Companies opens second arrivals store

By Andrew Pentol |

RegStaer-Platov-Airport

RegStaer opened its second arrivals store at Platov Airport on 23 February.

RegStaer Group of Companies has opened its second arrivals duty free shop at Platov International Airport in Rostov-on-Don on 23 February.

This follows the opening of its first store at Vnukovo Airport on 19 January, as first reported by TRBusiness.

The new store is constructed within the same design concept as the main RegStaer duty free outlet in the international departures area.

A traditional mix of duty free goods such as perfumes and cosmetics, wine and spirits, tobacco, souvenirs and toys are available instore.

HIGH-QUALITY GOODS

RegStaer said: “This is a new experience in Russia and RegStaer is sure that passengers will soon enjoy the advantages of doing shopping on arrival to Russia due to the high quality of goods and attractive duty free prices available on their return.”

As first reported by TRBusiness on 16 January, travel retailers were given the green light to operate arrivals shops in Russia based on an order issued by the Russian government on 12 December 2018.

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A traditional mix of duty free goods including wine and spirits are available in-store.

RegStaer, which celebrated its 20th anniversary last December, operates more than 50 stores in Moscow (Sheremetyevo and Vnukovo Airports) and at regional airports in Platov and Mineralnie Vody.

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